On May 25, 2004, at 5:07 PM, Bill Pugh wrote:
> Hans noticed that if we have an infinite sequence, then we may not be
> able to commit all of the actions in a finite number of set of
> committed actions,
> C1, ..., C_n.
> To fix this, we allow the sequence of executions used to show an
> execution is causal to be
> infinite. To make things even more complicated, we allow this sequence
> to have an ordinality greater
> than omega (since we also allow the same for actions).
We thought about this some more, and decided that the sequence of
doesn't need to be able to have an ordinality greater than omega.
In other words, for any commit step C_i, there is only a finite number
commit step that come before it. However, we may, in fact, need an
number of commit steps.
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